The reflectivity of a highly localized magnetic inhomogeneity is experimentally studied. The inhomogeneity is created by a direct current carrying wire placed on the surface of a ferrite film. The reflection of propagating dipole-dominated spin-wave pulses is found to be strongly dependent on the spin-wave frequency if the current locally increases the magnetic field. In the opposite case, the frequency dependence is negligible.
Neumann, T., Serga, A. A., Hillebrands, B., & Kostylev, M. (2009). Frequency-dependent reflection of spin waves from a magnetic inhomogeneity induced by a surface direct current. Applied Physics Letters, 94(4), -. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.3074501